Disc pain articles
Back pain experienced by adults is commonly related to a damaged disc in the spine. Disc pain is often a result of degenerative disc disease, a product of the natural aging process that affects the whole body.
The discs in the spine cushion the vertebrae, allowing for smooth motion. However, due to continued stress and age-related loss of elasticity, these discs can begin to break down and become less able to support the spine. This leads to conditions that can be the source of disc pain that takes you away from the people and activities you love.
At Laser Spine Institute we believe a key part of treatment for disc pain is to educate patients about the possible causes of their pain as well as provide helpful tips and treatment options that are available.
Disc pain article collection
To help you understand more about the various causes of disc-related back pain, we have compiled a list of informative disc pain articles below:
- How Pain from a Herniated Disc Affects Your Golf Swing
- Recreational or Competitive Cycling with Ruptured Disc Pain
- Swimming with Disc Pain in the Neck
- Jogging with Spinal Disc Pain
- Finding Disc Pain Relief through Stretching
- Playing Recreational Softball with Herniated Disc Leg Pain
- Rowing with Back Pain in the Discs
- Disc Pain Management for the Recreational Athlete
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Laser Spine Institute provides minimally invasive spine surgery for patients who have exhausted conservative treatment options but have concerns about undergoing a traditional open neck or back procedure. Our board-certified surgeons+ perform these procedures on an outpatient basis by using muscle-sparing techniques like a less than 1-inch incision.
For more information about how we can help relieve your back pain, contact Laser Spine Institute today. Our team can help you get a no-cost MRI review* to determine if you are a potential candidate for one of our minimally invasive procedures.